QSR Magazine 8/26
Not a week goes by without news of the country’s worsening labor shortage. For restaurants and other industries that rely on young, entry level workers, the divide has left franchisees and business owners grappling with a clear path forward that fixes their employment problem without draining their resources.
Restaurant Business 8/25
Around the country, restaurants large and small are adding new tricks to their toolboxes when it comes to hiring and keeping workers.
Food Industry Policy
Sacramento Bee 8/25
Nearly everyone in California could be required to prove they’re fully vaccinated before entering restaurants, bars, movie theaters, gyms, hotels, stadiums and other indoor establishments under a draft of a proposed new law.
CBS KPIX 8/25
As San Francisco and other major cities begin requiring proof of a COVID vaccination for indoor dining, online restaurant reservation provider OpenTable is partnering with secure identity firm CLEAR to help establishments check diners’ vaccine status.
On the Side
Washington Examiner 8/26
Though the PRO Act lacks sufficient Democratic support to pass the Senate through regular order, employers and workers should be on guard for those pushing the PRO Act to enact its anti-worker, anti-small business reforms by any means necessary.
San Francisco Chronicle 8/25
Tourists are returning to San Francisco, but a full recovery won’t come until around 2025, the city’s tourism bureau said Wednesday.